How to get rid of a stuffy nose instantly and fast
Learn how to get rid of a stuffy nose instantly and get rid of stuffy nose fast to unstuff and clear your nose!
WHY A STUFFY NOSE:
In this video, we explore effective home treatment options for a stuffy nose, providing relief from congestion and discomfort. Stuffy nose occurs due to nasal inflammation and blockage, often caused by allergies, colds, or sinus infections. Our video shares scientifically-backed tips and remedies to help you breathe easier, and we hope they bring you the relief you're seeking!
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SYMPTOMS OF A STUFFY NOSE:
Non-allergic rhinitis is inflammation of the inside of the nose that is not caused by an allergy. Rhinitis that is caused by something that triggers an allergy, such as pollen, is a separate health condition known as allergic rhinitis.
Symptoms of non-allergic rhinitis can include:
• A blocked nose
• A runny nose
• Sneezing – although this is generally less severe than in allergic rhinitis
• Mild irritation or discomfort in and around your nose
• Reduced sense of smell - More information on reduced sense of smell at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/lost-or-changed-sense-smell/
In rare cases, non-allergic rhinitis can also cause a crust to develop inside the nose, which may:
• Produce a foul-smelling odour
• Cause bleeding if you try to remove it
See your doctor if you have symptoms of non-allergic rhinitis and they're affecting your quality of life.
WHEN TO SPEAK TO YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT A STUFFY NOSE:
You should seek medical advice if,
• Your nasal congestion is not getting better after a week or two despite trying the remedies suggested in this leaflet or the leaflet specific to the condition causing it.
• You are not sure what the cause is for your nasal congestion.
• You have any blood in the discharge coming from your nose.
• Only one side of your nose is blocked.
• You or your child are unwell with a high temperature (fever) as well as having nasal congestion.
• A baby has nasal congestion and is having difficulties feeding or breathing.
• You feel very unwell.
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